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Author Index - Steve Fouch

Steve Fouch is CMF's Head of Communications

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Allied Professions (CMF news - autumn 2006)

In August the Nurses' Christian Fellowship International (NCFI) held its seventh European regional Conference in Ede, The Netherlands. Around eighty nurses from eleven European nations, plus delegates and speakers from South Africa, North America, the Philippines and Japan gathered together to explore the theme of 'Ethics and Spirituality' in modern...

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Sent to Heal! - Emergence and Development of Medical Missions (triple helix - summer 2006)

Midway through the nineteenth century, a new force emerged in Western missions to Africa and Asia – the medical missionary. Prior to that time, doctors, nurses and others with training in the healing and caring arts had travelled with missions to the far flung parts of the world, but only...

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Allied professions (CMF news - summer 2006)

Things have been quieter over the last three months on the allied professions front, but very busy with the Christian HIV & AIDS Alliance (CHAA) and the Micah Challenge campaign. Christian Nurses and Midwives I am in the midst of registering Christian Nurses & Midwives (CNM) as a Charity. In...

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UN Misses AIDS targets (triple helix - summer 2006)

At the start of June, delegations from across the globe, including over 100 from faith-based groups, descended on New York for a high level meeting at the UN General Assembly (UNGASS). It was five years since the UN's first declaration on HIV and AIDS in 2001. That declaration had been...

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SAVE versus ABC - The Alphabet Wars of AIDS Prevention (triple helix - summer 2006)

In April, Christian Aid declared its support for the new HIV prevention strategy SAVE (Safer practices, Available medications,Voluntary counselling and testing, Empowerment.), as ABC (Abstain from sex until marriage, Be faithful to one sexual partner, and use Condoms) was 'not well suited to the complexities of human life'.[1] Some groups,...

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Human Trafficking - Horrific indifference to human misery and injustice (triple helix - summer 2006)

In June and July 2006, Germany played host to the World Cup. Up to three million football fans from across the globe descended on the country. Amongst the leisure services provided by the German authorities were dozens of legalised brothels. Up to 100,000 women, mostly from outside Germany, are thought...

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Medical Corruption: A new global health threat? (triple helix - spring 2006)

A recent report suggests that worldwide, some 5% of all spending on healthcare (£850 million a year) is being lost through corruption.[1] This includes: Public health budgets being subverted by unethical officials for private use Hospitals functioning as self-service stores for illicit enrichment, with unclear procurement of equipment and...

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Allied Professions (CMF news - spring 2006)

The Allied Professions Work has been busy over the winter – working with Christian Nurses and Midwives towards charity registration, with Christian Therapists'Network towards an administrative support role, and with both groups in helping with the organisation and administration of the joint conference held 3-5 March in Oswestry. The joint...

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Allied Professions (CMF news - winter 2006)

Nurses’ and Therapists’ Joint Conference This year’s conference will be entitled ‘Whatever Next… Developing a Biblical response to current healthcare trends’ and will be held 3 - 5 March 2006 at the Quinta. John Wyatt will be the main speaker, and will be looking at how we respond as Christians...

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WHO three by five initiative - The church is the missing ingredient (triple helix - winter 2006)

In June 2005 the World Health Organisation released its final interim progress report on the 3 by 5 initiative.[1] Set up in 2003, this was an ambitious plan to get at least three million people in developing nations living with HIV & AIDS on to life-saving antiretroviral therapy (ART) by...

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